After Michigan, What? Next Steps for Affirmative Action. Policy Perspectives.
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While colleges and legal analysts are focusing on what to do in the post-Hopwood world, some of us are still asking whether a move away from affirmative action was a prudent move from the beginning. Is it fair for society to move away from supporting students who have not had an equitable chance at the educational brass ring just because, in most terms, of their real estate?
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|Author:||Slaughter, John Brooks|
|Article Type:||Book review|
|Date:||Feb 1, 2007|
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